Visitor upset about traffic stops
To the editor:
CRYSTAL FALLS—A razor-thin fund equity is better than none.
A ribbon-cutting ceremony for new owner Bob Gussert was held at the Infield Bar & Grill on Sept. 25 in Crystal Falls.
Justin Dye, 13, had a successful hunt as a participant of the Wildlife Unlimited of Iron County Youth Hunt. He harvested a 4-point buck on Sept. 20 while hunting with WU mentor Louie Noteboom.
West Iron County junior varsity volleyball players Sarah Kerttu, Victoria Maloney and Katilee Rhino pose with some of the pink pumpkins they painted last week.
CRYSTAL FALLS—Trans Canada Corporation will conduct an emergency exercise on Wednesday, Oct. 1, in Crystal Falls.
IRON RIVER—A benefit spaghetti dinner for Joe Holm will be held on Thursday, Oct. 4 at the Caspian-Gaastra Fire Department.
Adel Isaacson gets down low to bump up the ball during Forest Park’s Sept. 22 match with Rapid River. In back are teammates Amber Lovato (10) and Joslyn Thoreson.
Ciara Donati, 12, of Iron River took part in the Wildlife Unlimted of Iron County Youth Hunt. She shot a doe on Sept. 20 while hunting with WU mentor Scott Westphal.
Elk are one of the big-game animals that are present at the Wilderness Reserve in Phelps. (submitted photo)
CASPIAN— As the Caspian City Commission looks forward to the coming months, a host of important issues have presented themselves.